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president Obama and Russian president Vladimir Putin will meet next week on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly at issue what America theaters Russia's meddling in Ukraine and it's written military build up in Syria which at western powers increasingly concerned David Rohde covering the story for writers what couldn't done by cutting a very small number of an airplane , troops , Syria is forced president Obama to meet with them , %HESITATION released last year president Obama has refused to meet with Putin because of Russia's actions in Ukraine , there are many on the ground many would hopefully be an agreement so that we have these Russian planes coming out out of Syria don't have any incident there are accidents with American planes that are also flying over Syria I think American officials hope that this could eventually lead but maybe talk regarding a transition in Syria where Bob Trabzon , finally leave but that's a very optimistic outcome registered the meetings topic will be Syria the white hats that the top priority for president Obama it disgusting to Ukraine